Sandhill cranes (Antigone canadensis) are captivating avian creatures that grace the skies and landscapes of North America with their majestic presence. With their distinctive appearance, intriguing behaviors, and vital ecological roles, these elegant birds have become a symbol of natural beauty and resilience. We were fortunate enough to see an adult sandhill crane with its … Continue reading POTW: Sandhill Cranes
Below, is a compilation of recommended books that we have read over the years. The books are about topics ranging from history and different cultures to the outdoors and environmental concerns. Next to each book, you will find our personal review and/or a brief synopsis. The purpose of adding the Book tab to the Paddle … Continue reading Recommended Books
Stella and I spent the day backcountry skiing in GTNP. Our adventure started at the winter gate closure on the Moose entrance side of the Moose ~ Wilson Road. We skied along the road before entering the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve and skied toward the Snake River to the east. We continued along the river … Continue reading POTW: Backcountry in GTNP
Stillness of Winter ~ Grand Teton National Park, this photo also happens to be part of the collection of photos available to purchase. Follow the link to LH Photography to learn more.
T. A. Moulton Barn, a piece of history inside Grand Teton National Park.
Larry and I have passed through Pinedale, Wyoming numerous times on our way to Jackson Hole and Alpine. For some reason, however, we never spent time exploring the area. During our Wyoming Labor Day Weekend there, we learned that we had really been missing out on seeing the numerous lakes in the area. There are … Continue reading Wyoming Labor Day Weekend
https://vimeo.com/701890951 Earth Day 2022: A journey through our adventures of the last year or so, offering subtle reminders of the importance to protect our planet and its future.